Posters of Rev Anthony Kwame Nyame have attracted sympathies from residents[/caption] The death of a pastor of Cross of Calvary Healing and Deliverance Ministry in Teleku-Bokazo in the Ellembelle District of the Western Region has left many in wonder after they heard death threats issued on radio by a man he was fighting over a land with. Reverend Anthony Kwame Nyame died exactly five days after one Samuel Erzoah was heard on radio spuing the death threat. The two were said to be fighting over a land at Teleku-Bokazo. But there was a heated exchange between them on West End Radio on October 7, 2018, when they were hosted on air over the matter. 3news.com sources say during the exchanges, Mr Erzoah, who is a worker at Ghana Gas Company in Atuabo, threatened that if the pastor does not kill him, he will do it. On October 12, 2018, Rev Kwame Nyame lost his life. This has led to the deceased’s family pointing accusing fingers at Mr Erzoah, who has since denied the claims. The avowed political activist told 3news.com, in a telephone conversation, that he never threatened the pastor on radio as claimed and that he has no powers whatsoever to kill a man of God. Mr Erzoah further explained that the land does not belong to anybody and that it is a state land, permission over which was given him by the local authority to use as an extension to his social venture. But the matter is said to be under investigation by the District Police Command. Rev Nyame will be buried on January 12, 2019 at Teleku-Bokazo.